#12 wrote:Well, if you need to label it...
I for one have another point of view that doesn't let me oversee ethics and morale just because I like somebody... Feel free to feel differently... Just ask yourself - would you also if it wasn't for your favorite coach?
bastos80 wrote:You like him ? hahahah. Sure. Never saw you post positively about this man
bastos80 wrote:And yeah, he's not actually my favourite coach.
PunkCapitalist wrote:The whole MSN most likely
PunkCapitalist wrote:It's hard to compare Müller with anyone because of him having his own position no one else plays. I know you were kidding but Suarez should be compared to Lewy. Anyway, any of those WC players they have would start at Bayern, Barça Madrid when on form? Any examples?
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bastos80 wrote:Agüero, Silva, De Bruyne could compete.
#12 wrote:bastos80 wrote:Agüero, Silva, De Bruyne could compete.
Also, I dont think Sterling is much worse than say Coman (then again, Coman probably wouldn't have played as much if all the players were healthy...)
JANCKER wrote:Matthaus slams Guardiola: Bayern's players never really loved Pep [source]
The former Bayern skipper told SportBild: "Guardiola can say what he wants: The squad planning for Manchester City is too important. He cannot possibly be 100 percent focused on the job in hand at Bayern on his mind. That's a dangerous situation to be in."
"Guardiola will have five difficult months in Munich."
"I don't want to beat around the bush: There never was true love between Guardiola and the Bayern players. His hugs? It was all a big show."
Mario Gotze is the most high-profile player to have struggled to come to terms with the demands of Guardiola’s management style and Matthaus claimed the German World Cup winning hero will benefit from playing under a coach more renowned for their motivational skills.
He added: "Gotze needs a coach, who not only hugs him sometimes, but who is serious about this as well like Jürgen Klopp."
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